The interactive map makes it really easy to get a good overview! (it´s definitely worth the great effort)
Thanks, Klaus! Livioz asked me if I could include maps since wanted to know where themountains were that I submitted. I have been struggling with the maps for three weeks but ow have found a way how to do them without hurting copyrights. After I had found out, the actual work was minor (worth the hassle).
Thanks Marco, come back later to see the pictures. Didn't have the time this morning :-(
What's the wildlife like in that part of Europe? Any megafauna left?
I got more than my fair share of mosquitos growing up on the coastal plains of southern Georgia and northern Florida.
One of the things I liked so much about spending my teens in the Appalachian highlands was that most biting insects were absent from elevations above 1K meters. I'd go backpacking for two weeks at a stretch and never so much as see a gnat, a mosquito, a deerfly, or even a tick.
Interesting mountain and a nice page.
I was glad to read that you didn't meet any wild beast in Sardegna ;-))
By the way, do you know that it is the only Italian region where there is no viper?
Thanks, Livio! No I didn't know about the vipres. No wonder I survived! :-)
... and the hits keep on a-coming! Great page, as usual. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Nelson. Though I see oh so many typos :-( Still working to keep my thick fingers from writing nonsense...
Another beautiful page! Great job and quite a nice mountain! Good climbing to you!
Thanks again! Next one will be even nicer :-))
Beautiful mountain and complete page!
Nice work yet again Gangolf!
Thanks Tim! I'll never understand you SPers. Now this mountain has amassed 19 votes - more than any other that I posted. The page's ok but I don't see why it is so much better than the others. It probably stood out there on the "What's New" page much longer.